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Dec 11, 2012 9:00pm PST
christmas festival! [applause] praise the lord. now go change that sign right back. also, i'm reeen stating the nativity part of the program, which i cut last year, but this year i want to honor and celebrate god coming into the world. i wish i had some ways to keep the factory open but the truth is, i just don't. one way or another, i believe god will show up and i want to be here when he does. thank you. >> excuse me, i don't mean to be rude, but what are we supposed to do in the meantime? >> you are supposed to keep your chin up and your mouth shut, opaline! >> this is not the way to lose heart. mama said the best way to forget your worries was to get busy. i think we should do that, too. >> hold on. i fouled something, it's very important. >> somebody called the paramedic, she hasn't moved that since the cook out. >> ermaline, do you remember the song mama taught us about forgetting about our worries if have you lost your mind? i've found something very important here and you're talking about song if. >> don't get started. now i'm starting to glis sentencglisten overhere. >> we'
Dec 4, 2012 9:00pm PST
: "even though i walk in the valleys of death, i shall fear no evil for the lord is with me." that was a source of hope for me. >> george: eventually you were released and you became a church planter. can you give us a view of how strong is the church in cambodia today? >> after the killing field, only 200 christians out of 10,000 that survived the four years of the reign of terror that was known as the killing fields. and then the church went underground for another 10 years. only by 1993, that the church in cambodia, the church of the survivors, was granted the freedom of worship. but now from 1993, to date, now there are about half a million christians all over cambodia now. there is expedential growth. >> george: are people free to leave, buddhism, for example, and im brac embrasioembrace christian? or is there a price to pay. >> in asia, there is a price to pay. but the sincererity of our commitment to our faith -- when i accepted the lord i got rejected by my uncle. and now some young people, while they are going on to study at the college, once their parents or their tutors know
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